Whimsical and figurative art
Uncommon Art Gallery & Studios
We're three studio artists at one great location on historic Main Street in Hudson. Stop by Uncommon Art Gallery & Studios at 178 1/2 N. Main St., and visit us: Karen Koch of Life Needs Art, Dana Giel-Ray of Bellabor Art Jewelry and Shannon Casey Studio.
We're open Tuesday - Saturday. Weekday hours are 10-5pm, and 10-7pm on Thursday. Open Saturday, 10-6pm and other times by appointment or during special events.
Visit uncommonarthudson.com to learn more about our cool collaborative adventure!
Hudson Gallery Hops
Celebrate the arts in Hudson!
Five galleries are teaming up to
present a quarterly art event,
beginning Friday, March 9
from 5:30-8:30pm. Cohesive
themes like "Breath of Fresh Air"
and our popular "Living Art"
keep things lively. Visit
hudsonarthop.com for the
full schedule and details about guest artists.
Interested in Art Classes?
Private and semi-private lessons for youth and adults are available. Classes in drawing, painting, mixed media and assemblage are also available with emphasis on working from life.
Charcoal and Pastel Portraits
For a one-of-a-kind gift, choose a drawing from life. These quick-sketch portraits in charcoal or pastel take about 30-45 minutes ... great for sitters of all ages! Drawings in pencil or from photos also available.
Two great birdhouses from the Found Objects class I taught at Don Drumm Studios & Gallery!
Uncommon Art Gallery & Studios, 178 1/2 N. Main St., Hudson, OH 44236.
Open Tuesday - Saturday from 10am - 5pm or by appointment.
(330) 541-6864 or email@example.com. Facebook/shannoncaseystudio.
"Pleiades at Play" (the Seven Sisters) was part of the first annual Akron Arts Prize competition.
An itinerant artist and her itinerant friend at the Yankee Peddler Festival!
Left: My "Night Air" violin for Children's Concert Society.
Special guests who came for portrait sittings at Case-Barlow Farm, Hudson.
Main Street Cupcakes in Hudson featured my deliciously non-fattening cupcake tiles.
Glow, moons, glow!
Whimsical moons show a variety of
expressions and each is one of a kind.
Look for them at Uncommon Art in
Hudson as well as River Light Gallery
in Peninsula. Space has a face with
these sassy, sleepy, grumpy, loving ...
you get the idea ... moons!
Thank you to the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation for showing my work along with the work of Katina Pastis Radwanski and Michelle Touve-Holland. What a privilege!